ABOUT AUNTY I'S WELLBEING CENTRE
A safe place for healing and guidance
Aunty I’s is committed to delivering high-quality services for women and girls who are struggling within themselves, through a holistic form of healing - mind, body, spirit & connection. Aunty I's Wellbeing Centre enables you to be empowered and find yourself again, while feeling safe, loved and inspired.
It is here at Aunty I's Wellbeing Centre, where women and girls can find a safe and secure environment with adequate support and resources to heal mentally and spiritually. Here you will find a community with holistic programs and strong Aboriginal culture.
Aunty I’s Well-being centre was founded in 2018 and named in honour of Deb’s beautiful Aunty Irene - best known as Aunty I.
Our logo represents warmth, safe, love, nurturing, growth & inspiration.
The butterfly represents my beautiful Aunty I. Butterflies are beautiful symbols of transformation.
Lilac was her favourite colour, where pink is mine (Deb’s). The beautiful idea and drawing of the hand came from Sara, (Deb’s daughter in law), she captured it beautifully.
Hello, my name is Deb Miller and I am a proud Kanolu woman, and the Founder of Aunty I’s Well-being Centre. I am the Mumma of two adult boys and a proud Nanny to a beautiful Grandbaby boy. I love spending time in nature and enjoying peaceful moments.
I am passionate about supporting and helping women and girls to work towards realigning and empowering their lost souls.
I myself, have experienced many of life's challenges including domestic violence, narcissistic abuse, depression, anxiety and low self-worth, along with close encounter experiences of addiction and suicide.
I created Aunty I’s Well-being Centre 4 years ago, after leaving a 30-year abusive relationship in 2012. When I was looking for support, I had to access resources from all different areas, I was emotionally & physical drained trying to find ways I could heal. It was through a personal development seminar that the idea of Aunty I’s Wellbeing Centre came to me, essentially a 'one-stop' healing centre.
Along with personal experience, Deb’s qualifications include mindfulness life coach, transformational coach, holistic counselling, mindfulness meditation, Diploma in Wayapa Wuurrk, Diploma of Interpreting, Diploma of Auslan, Certificate in Mental Health first aid, Certificate ASIST program (Applied suicide intervention skills training), Domestic Violence Alert (working with women with disabilities), EFT & TFT tapping Practitioner Certification and CBT – Cognitive Behaviour Therapy.